Daily Current Affairs MCQs / News (September 04 2023) For All Competitive Exam

Daily Current Affairs MCQs / News (September 04 2023) For All Competitive Exam

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Free power quota is just the tip of the iceberg

The total cost of free electricity units used by government institutions in the country’s power sector alone is between Rs. Allowances are also worth it. billions, the government is left with no choice but to pass on such a huge financial impact to consumers.
However, high-level sources do not see the impact as a big one compared to large capacity payments, which have now reached Rs 2 trillion and are due to be paid to Independent Power Producers (IPPs) by the end of this year. .

America wants institutions to drive the electoral process.

Pakistani institutions need to work through the electoral process in consultation with political parties to ensure fair and free elections.
“We feel very strongly that the future leadership of Pakistan is for the people of Pakistan to decide that the people of Pakistan deserve their day at the polls.” Pakistani institutions need to work through this process in consultation with political parties.

Justice Ali Nawaz Chauhan is no more.

A man of principle, retired Justice Ali Nawaz Chauhan died of cardiac arrest at the age of 770 on Sunday.
Barrister Qasim Ali Chauhan, son of the deceased, told Dawn that his father is fine. On Sunday morning, he suffered a heart attack at his residence in Rawal Road Chaklala and was taken to Shifa International Hospital but could not survive.

Levies officials in Mastung, Qalat, shot dead two others.

A member of the Levies Force and two others were shot dead in two separate incidents of firing in Mastung and Kalat districts on Sunday.
Officials said that unknown assailants entered the house of an Levies official and opened fire in Johan area of Mangocher town of Kalat district, killing him on the spot and injuring his wife.

Provision of pink toilets for women passengers

Bahawalpur Commissioner Dr. Ehtesham Anwar Mehr says that good quality toilets for women have been constructed on major highways in Bahawalpur division.
Speaking to Dawn on Sunday, the commissioner said that the facility has been made available at selected fuel stations and in the first phase five, six and 10 locations have been selected in Bahawalnagar, Rahimyar Khan and Bahawalpur districts respectively.

North Korea conducts tactical nuclear strike drills.

North Korea carried out a simulated tactical nuclear strike involving two long-range cruise missiles in a “warning to the enemy” exercise, the state-run KCNA news agency said on Sunday. KCNA state news agency said on Sunday.
KCNA said the exercise was conducted successfully on Saturday and two cruise missiles carrying mock nuclear warheads were fired into the sea west of the Korean Peninsula and 1,500 kilometers away at a predetermined altitude of 150 meters. flew to

India puts the lunar rover to ‘sleep’.

India has shut down the Moon rover, the first to reach the moon’s south pole, after it completed two weeks of experiments, the country’s space agency said.
The Pragyaan rover from the Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft was set in ‘sleep mode’ but with the batteries charged and the receiver on, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) late on Saturday said in a post on Twitter earlier.
‘Hope for a successful awakening for another set of assignments!’ ISRO said. “Otherwise, it will always be there as India’s lunar ambassador.

20 civilians were killed in an airstrike in Khartoum.

Residents of Khartoum woke up Sunday to artillery fire and ruckus.
According to a statement from the Neighborhood Resistance Committee, “the death toll from airstrikes in southern Khartoum has reached 20”. They are among many volunteer groups that used to organize pro-democracy protests and now help families caught in the crossfire between the army and paramilitary fighters.
In an earlier statement, he said the victims included two children, and warned that no further casualties were recorded, as ‘their bodies could not be transported to the hospital as they were badly burnt in the blast. or were torn to pieces’.

Russia attacked a Danube port on the Romanian border.

Russian drones struck Ukraine’s southern Odesa region early on Sunday, a move Moscow condemned on the Danube port on the border with NATO member Romania.
The attack came on the eve of a summit in Russia between Vladimir Putin and Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who hope to revive the Black Sea grain deal.

Mehdi, Najmal helped Bangladesh defeat Afghanistan.

Skipper Shakib Al Hasan was on the right from the start and took a catch to send Rashid Khan back to the pavilion to revive Bangladesh’s fortunes in the Asia Cup on Sunday.
After losing their opening Group `B’ match to hosts Sri Lanka, Bangladesh looked to be on the mend.

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